Multiple Kinetic Systems (MKS) unravels a deeper level of healing by integrating the physical, electromagnetic, mental/emotional, informational and higher consciousness spheres of the human being that allow profound recovery.
The four practitioners of MKS use novel diagnostic techniques and treatments for the underlying causes of disease; from physical pain or long term illness to tooth decay or back pain, from headaches to kidney disease, the MKS model uses the power of the body, mind, spirit, emotions and unconsciousness to help patients heal at a deep, powerful level.
Wholeness is Parallel Systems Working Together
When wellness is examined properly, human beings are revealed to be a spectrum of multiple kinetic systems functioning together. When these parallel systems work in harmony, the result is seamless vitality; but a breakdown in one area can trigger symptoms elsewhere.
In the wake of twentieth-century western medicine’s proven limitations; today’s progressive practitioners blend cutting-edge modalities and ancient wisdom, looking beyond surgery and pharmacology for treatment. Could viewing tooth decay through the lens of chakra healing, for instance, illuminate less invasive therapies than a root canal?
As health care incorporates more dynamic thinking, perhaps someday we’ll consider coronary bypasses and other often unnecessary procedures as rudimentary as bloodletting or trepanning (the barbaric practice of boring holes in the skull to release pressure or free evil spirits).
MKS reaches NJ
Because physical condition is but one aspect of total wellness, advocates of Multiple Kinetic Systems espouse a view that overall health is the aggregate state of many levels of wellness. Adapted from the work of Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, Ph.d (recipient of Global Foundation for Integrative Medicine’s 2007 Physician of the Year Award), the tenets of MKS thus imply fundamental differences between healing and removing symptoms.
Klinghardt is based in Seattle, Washington, but four practitioners in Hunterdon County have brought this thinking to New Jersey. Dr. Sharon Lee Rasa, Dr. Nancy Erb; Dr. Jeffrey A. Oras; and Douglas Economy collaborated on a groundbreaking approach that addresses health and healing on five levels. The complete MKS picture:
Level I – Physical (structural and bio-chemical body)
Level II – Electromagnetic (Nervous System, Meridians, Chakras)
Level III – Mental (beliefs, attitudes, thoughts, emotions)
Level IV – Informational (energetic grid which connects all beings)
Level V – Consciousness (awareness of: divine essence, spirit)
“There is an alive and profound interaction between the levels,” says Dr. Rasa. “We exist in different dimensions simultaneously and an aware practitioner will consider genetic code, as well as the energetic field.”
Dr. Rasa explains why it’s little surprise that Hunterdon County, in the shadow of New Jersey’s “Pharma Alley,” has become a hotbed for integrative health care. “We’re barely ten miles from one of the strongest pharmaceutical holds in the U.S., and people have become increasingly frustrated with limitations of the old medical model.” Seattle, Washington and San Francisco, California are two major hubs of this kind of work, but the upper-income demographics of central NJ combined with proximity to New York City and the density of 9/11-affected populations equate to a region ripe for care that doesn’t begin or end with a prescription pad.
“Our primary market is people who’ve had experiences with active allopathic treatments,” adds Oras, “or are just looking for a different way.”
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